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Automate passing ctrl z in dos or hyper-terminal

Automate passing ctrl z in dos or hyper-terminal

Automate passing ctrl z in dos or hyper-terminal

(OP)
I need to use hyper-terminal to send an sms through my gsm phone which is hooked to a serial cable on com 2.  I can get it to send by doing:

ATE1 (ECHO ON)
AT+CMGF=1 (FOR TEXT MODE)
AT+CMGS="PHONE NUMBER"
>MESSAGE   (AFTER THE ABOVE COMMAND IT GIVE > AS A PROMPT)
THEN TO SEND YOU NEED TO HIT CTRL-Z AND ENTER

I want to build a script to pass the text for the message automatically to pre-defined numbers and do the ctrl-z and enter automatically.  I already have a program to choose the numbers to send to, but I have to build the message file.....

Please help!
.//beaster
 

RE: Automate passing ctrl z in dos or hyper-terminal

Hi
use chr(26) for ctrl-z

RE: Automate passing ctrl z in dos or hyper-terminal

use ON KEY

RE: Automate passing ctrl z in dos or hyper-terminal

ON KEY is a command native only to BASIC.

RE: Automate passing ctrl z in dos or hyper-terminal

(OP)
No reason to keep posting, I figured this out months ago.

Thanks for the posts though!

Beaster

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